Residual Market Loading

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Residual Market Loading

Residual Market Loading

A multiplicative factor applied to retrospectively rated workers compensation plans. Its purpose is to compensate insurers for the losses sustained when writing workers compensation risks in the residual market.

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a: The business of insuring persons or property.

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c: The sum for which something is insured.

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